LEETON shire's league tag teams are continuing their rich vein of form, with both the Greens and Yanco-Wamoon picking up the points again on the weekend.
Leeton took on the Yenda Blueheelers at No. 1 Oval and were able to record a solid 38-6 victory.
The Greens are third on the league tag ladder, with Yenda just two spots below in fifth.
Leeton's defence worked well, only letting the Blueheelers cross the line once.
Meanwhile, their attack also shined on the day in what was a team effort to keep the Greens in their top three position.
This weekend they hit the road to West Wyalong in what could be labelled as almost a danger game on the road.
West Wyalong have picked up four wins this season and are always a force to be reckoned with on their home turf.
The Greens have spent the last couple of weeks at their own home ground and will need to readjust again to playing elsewhere.
However, the Leeton side's cohesion and team work is one of its strong suits in 2019.
Their tenacity and skills will be an advantage as they look to pick up a vital win before their club bye the following week.
Meanwhile, Yanco-Wamoon were also at home over the weekend, delivering an easy 48-4 win against the Tullibigeal Lakes United Sharks.
The Hawks were returning from a week off thanks to the club bye, but showed no signs of sluggishness after the time away.
Yanco-Wamoon are having their best season to date in the league tag competition and are looking to tighten their grip on their ladder position.
Currently second, the Hawks are eyeing off to the top spot, which is held by the Griffith Black and Whites, who are just one point ahead.
This weekend the Hawks are also on the road, taking on Hay, who have been clocking up the wins themselves in recent times.
Last time the two sides met was in round five when it was the Hawks who came away with a 24-14 win.
While you're with us, you can now receive updates straight to your inbox every Friday at 6am from The Irrigator. To make sure you're up to date with all news in Leeton sign up here.